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  • Re: Text to DITA Conversion

    Hi Anil - You can also read about basic DITA concepts and the information types at:

    urbanrobots 58 minutes ago
  • Re: Text to DITA Conversion

    Here is some of the text converted. Some notes: - Words like 'click' etc are replaced with 'select' - some people can do this without the mouse, so they don't

    6 hours ago
  • Re: Newsletter style sheet

    I've not tried the CSS support in Antenna House so I can't comment on it but I would expect it to have the same limitation that normal FO generation has,

    drmacro 21 hours ago
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The dita-users group is dedicated to supporting users of DITA, covering everything from very general to very advanced topics.

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based, end-to-end architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information. This architecture consists of a set of design principles for creating "information-typed" modules at a topic level and for using that content in delivery modes such as online help, books, and Web sites.

DITA is defined by the OASIS DITA Technical Committee (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/dita/), and implemented by an Open Source toolkit at SourceForge (http://dita.xml.org/wiki/the-dita-open-toolkit). DITA community resources may be found at the OASIS DITA Focus Area (http://dita.xml.org).

This group supports users of DITA. For posting or inquiring about jobs, please see http://dita.xml.org/jobs .

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  • May 21, 2004
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